The Papers: ‘Cheers’ at roadmap – but normal ‘some way off’on April 6, 2021 at 4:47 am

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Most of Tuesday’s newspapers focus on Boris Johnson’s press conference about easing lockdown.

The paper reveals that more than 2,000 such incidents have been recorded against under-17s since 2014. It says non-crime hate incidents are defined as actions of hostility based on religion, race, disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity and must be recorded.

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